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-old landmark roe v. wade supreme court decision. a live report up next. ♪ i don't wanna be right [ record scratch ] what?! it's not bad for you. it just tastes that way. [ female announcer ] honey nut cheerios cereal -- heart-healthy, whole grain oats. you can't go wrong loving it. get at low clearance prices., even tempur-pedic mattress sets save even more on floor samples, demonstrators, and closeout inventory. the year end clearance sale ends sunday at sleep train. ♪ your ticket to a better night's sleep ♪ >>> it's one of the most personal and decisive issues in the country. abortion. this hour anti-abortion protesters are marching in washington to mark the 40th anniversary of the country's landmark abortion ruling. the roe versus wade decision resulted in a case filed by norma mccorvey. the case was against dallas county district attorney henry wade. in a 7-2 decision, the supreme court affirmed a woman's right to an abortion. the ruling was based on the 14th amendment right to privacy. athena jones is joining us live from washington. set the scene for us here. >> reporter: you ca
for life. nbc's tracie potts is live. tracie, this marks the supreme court's roe v. wade that legalized abortion. are the protests expected to be larger because of that? >> reporter: they are. the second time this week we've seen that on the national mall. it came because of the anniversary, but because of that, organizers moved this protest to friday so as not to conflict. but today, we do expect to see this pro-life march, this huge march, on the national mall. a lot of things have changed, though, in the last 40 years, especially in the last couple of years. there have been more than 150 new laws by states and local legislatures in just the past two years. 19 different states acting just last year to restrict abortion rights. it's one of the reasons why this group says it wants to speak up and try to push for the overturning of roe versus wade. but a brand-new nbc poll shows 7 out of 10 want roe versus wade to stay. we will see lawmakers at that event later today. tracie potts in washington. thanks so much for that. >>> well, we have new video of a dramatic swift water rescue that ha
is live on capitol hill. this week marks the 40th anniversary of the roe v. wade decision that legalized abortion. are the protests expected to be larger than usual because of that? >> reporter: exactly. and that's why we're expecting so many people for the second time this week on the national mall. in fact the anniversary was the day after inauguration. so organizers moved march for life to friday. and in the last 40 years, a lot of the emotions and issues have not changed. what has changed is legislation. for the most part legislators, republicans, have enacted more than 150 laws restricting abortion. there are now 17 states that pay for abortion for low income women and of course federal funds are restricted there. wae continue for s we continue to see demonstrations on both sides. but public opinion is pretty clear. 7 out of 10 said they want roe vs. wade abortion rights to remain the law of the land. today in addition to those thousands of people from around the country who plan to attend the event on the national mall, house speaker john boehner will be speaking, as well. >> traci
hill for us. this week marks the 40th anniversary of the supreme court's roe v. wade decision. will protests be larger than usual? >> reporter: because of the anniversary which fell on the day after inauguration so instead of having these two huge events back-to-back they bunched this one over to friday. in the last 40 years one of the biggest changes had been state laws, just in the last couple of years there have been 135 new restrictions mainly by republican legislators on abortion and that has some pro choice activists concerned. they say the big issue is now access. our latest nbc/wall street journal poll shows public opinion is still firmly behind roe v. wade with seven out of ten saying it should be the law of the land. those who disagree will be on the mall today. thousands of them, and among the speakers republican house speaker john boehner and former republican presidential candidate rick santorum. >> thank you. >>> manti te'o speaks in his first on-camera interview since the girlfriend hoax story broke. thursday, te'o told katie couric he was absolutely not in on t
ano desde que el maximo tribunal del pais legalizara el aborto en el caso conocido como "roe vs. wade", se ha privado a millones de bebes el derecho a la vida, dicen los participantes de la masiva marcha. los activistas por la vida temen que con la re- eleccion del presidente obama, su administracion seguira eligiendo miembros de la corte suprema que esten a favor del aborto, y que harian dificil que la casa blanca tambien emitio un comunicado por el aniversario numero 40 de roe vs wade, indicando que el actual gobierno sigue comprometido de que no debe entrometerse en la libertad reproductiva de las mujeres, y que sigue esforzandose por reducir el numero de embarazos no deseados y minimizando la necesidad de realizar abortos. en ecuador,al menos seis person murieron y otras 15 resultaron heridas en un derrumbe ocurrido en una mina de la provincia de azuay, en el sur del pais...las fuentes precisaron que contingentes del ejercito, la policia y de organismos de socorro trabajan en la busqueda de mas victimas, puesto que existiria un numero indeterminado de desaparecidos...el deslave af
and the stems of the supreme court, maaing the 40th anniversary of roe versus wade. the annual march for life is a rallying cry for people strongly against abortion. former republican, rick santorum, is expected to speak at the rally today. supporters of roe v. wade were there and they held a counter- rally. this happens to be file footage from last year's march. >>> those still struggling to recover from hurricane sandy three months later hope to get help from capitol hill. on monday the senate will vote whether to provide $50 billion in emergency relief. the senate passed this bill last year but must vote against since the house passed the bill in the 113th congress. >>> jurors return to a school parking lot in culpeper where a former police officer allegedly killed a woman. with maps and note pads, all 12 jurors and alternates fanned out to inspect the scene. former culpepper police officer daniel harmon rice has been charged with fatally shooting patricia cook last february. the defendant said he opened fire on cook after his fingers were stuck in the window of her jeep. >>> secret hearin
to afghanistan. and wade zirkle-- he served two tours in iraq as an infantry officer in the marine corps, and earned a purple heart. i guess i'll ask both of you starting with you colonel haring, what is good and what is bad about this change? >> well, i think pretty everything is good about the change. it opens a vast number of opportunities to women across the military. but i think this is a win for not only women but also our military and really the country broadly. >> ifill: i'd ask wade zirkle the same question. >> sure, gwen. i think this is generally good. i think your viewers need to understand that this is is merely the lifting of a ban and the service chiefs need to decide how it's going to be implemented. so there still will be some occupational specialties that will be restricted from women. so i think generally it's good. it's good for women, it's good for the military, it's good for our country. although there are a lot of questions as to how they'll be implemented. >> ifill: let's walk through these starting with you kohl they will haring. today at the pentagon when secret
descended on the nation's capital in the call to the supreme court to overturn roe v wade. they carried mental to the high court. we have more on the rally and march. >> there was almost a celebratory aspect and abortion opponents say victories in state legislatures and were enthusiastic about bringing the message here to the supreme court. they came from all across the country and united in a common goal. >> we need to make sure we abolish this law and make opponents say sure everybody has that chance to live, to have life. >> 40 years after the supreme court decision which legalized abortion, abortion opponents gathered on the mall. ♪ >> and they carried their message to the supreme court. >> this is the 40th anniversary. i think of those big anniversaries remind us to keep the fight going. >> though the other side may be just as galvanized it was not visible. despite the bitter cold they remained energetic and enthusiastic. >> i'm freezing but a lot of people are suffering because of abortion and i don't mind suffering a little bit. >> they game from gaith
this marks the 40th anniversary of the supreme court's roe v. wade decision. >> now today's rally could wreak havoc on your trip home this evening if you work downtown. there are road closures caused by this event. several streets between constitution and independence will be shut down starting at about 9:30 this morning. parts of seventh and f streets will also be closed. all the streets should be open by 6:30 tonight. >>> it is now 5:04. 23 degrees. ahead, the close examination that has boeing's new dreamliner grounded. >>> the letter due out today leading to changes in high school sports. >>> black ice, snowy roads, where snow is causing problems [ male ] that's one creamy muller. [ female ] it's greek-style yogurt. thick, scrumptious, and more protein than those regular yogurts. [ male ] are those almonds i see in the corner thingy? [ female ] caramelized almonds i think you'll find. [ male ] well, who wants ordinary run-of-the-mill almonds when you could have the caramelized kind? if i was this girl, i'd caramelize my whole apartment. [ female ] weird. [ male ] this greek-style yogurt ha
to afghanistan. >> they came by thousands to mark the 40th anniversary of roe v wade. anti-abortion groups made the trek to protest the ruling that legalized abortion. this is one of the most controversial rulings and they say they won't rest until the law is overturned. >> we needs to abolish this law and make sure everybody has that chance to have life. >> i'm freezing but a lot of people suffer because of abortion and i don't minds suffering a little bit. >> pro-abortion rights groups had their own rally this afternoon. both sides are still galvanized and fighting for the cause decades after the ruling. >> a setback for president barack obama after a federal appeals court said he violated the executive power. it invalidated three appointments to the national labor relations board he made while congress was on the holiday break. it says the move wassen constitutional use of executive and fighting for the power. republicans claimed they created a panel that was overly pro union. the white house is expected to file an appeal. >> they skipped the inaugural ceremony bu
anniversary of roe v wade. brianne carter is on the national mall with the lat take a look behind me. you can see this thousands that have gathered here for the annual march for life. the archdiocese of washington anticipates that [no audio] >> we feel strongly about it. we want to speak for those that cannot speak for themselves. >> it brings us all together shows us that we are not alone -- brings us all together. shows us that we are not alone. we are all moving together. >> that was brianne carter reporting from the national mall. we also have a developing story out of the district where an 18- year-old was shot and killed. we are joined by kimberly at the scene. >> we are just learning that the 18-year-old died this morning. she lost her life right here at this bus stop. police say she was stopped in the head. -- shot in the head. when we talked to neighbors, they said they were not awakened by gunfire. what they did here was the police knocking on the door. >> right in front of their house. it is pretty scary. we are concerned. >> now i have to look behind my shoulder. >> her friends a
's of people gathering for the 40th anniversary of the landmark decision of the roe v wade decision. >> you can see here behind me the stage is set along the national mall where thousands are expected to gather at noon today. they will march to the supreme court for the annual march for life. this coincides with the 40th anniversary of the landmark decision handed down by the supreme court. many who will march here today gathered last night for a vigil. the national shrine of the immaculate conception. several roads will be closed in the area starting at 9:30 this morning around the national mall in downtown for the annual event. if heading down here and what a list of the closures, head over to the web site wjla.com. >> thank you very much. a good heads up there. 5:06 and 19 degrees. >> coming up, the excitement is building for super bowl 47 between the baltimore ravens and the >> we are going to check on the forecast with mr. adam caskey. it took me 15 minutes to warm up my car. i hold you responsible. >> it is cold. widespread teens. this afternoon and another in the mid to upper 20's. we a
for the annual march for life, 40 years after the supreme court's landmark ruling on roe v. wade. the debate rages on. >>> plus, revolution revisited. we're keeping our eye on egypt's tahrir square, where police and protesters are clashing on the second anniversary of the historic uprising. >>> but first, some breaking news on the president's schedule this afternoon. the president will announce denis mcdonough as the new white house chief of staff. we had heard some rumors about this before and it was heading in that direction, but now it's official. the president will make this personnel announcement at the white house at 12:10 p.m. you're watching "the daily rundown," only on msnbc. denis mcdonough, the president's chief of staff. irishman! [ male announcer ] red lobster is hitting the streets to tell real people about our new 15 under $15 menu! oh my goodness... oh my gosh, this looks amazing... [ male announcer ] 15 entrees under $15! it's our new maine stays! seafood, chicken, and more! ooh! the tilapia with roasted vegetables. i'm actually looking at the wood grilled chicken with porto
. the right to life march. 1973, roe versus wade, the supreme court decision that legalized abortion. that's what these folks are protesting against. at 7:00 began a large mass in the verizon center with over 18,000 people. that's set to end around 11:30. from the march, they will march from the verizon center to the national mall via seventh street and then down "f." once at the national mall, they will meet hundreds of thousands of other folks and other march for life participants. the record 400,000 attendees in previous years, but they hope that they will break that. we spoke with the archbishop of d.c., david worrell, and this is what he had to tell us about the march this afternoon. >> we're going to be marching in the direction of the supreme court. we do that every year because that was the focus of the roe versus wade decision. you have to have some destination. >> reporter: now, after they leave the verizon center, they're going to meet at the national mall at noon with all the other participants, and the march will actually take place at 1:30. they'll be heading to the national
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the 40th anniversary of the landmark decision, roe versus wade. their message, all life is sacred and giving a voice to the unborn. >> i was 16 years old and live in detroit, michigan. >> her personal story is told through these signs. >> mom and dad didn't know i was sexually active and ashamed of the fact that i was. i hid that secret by having an abortion. >> the younger generation marched for life. >> this could have happened to us one day. so we're here and we need to stop for other people. >> promarch was made to the u.s. supreme court to protest the 40th anniversary of the decision. they were met by counterprotesters, pro-choice advocates. >> support a women's right to choose. >> for 19 years, i stayed quiet and stayed ashamed. >> they made a choice on their own and can't tell a woman after the fact what she is to do. >> two sides who may never see common ground. in washington, wusa9. >>> in tonight's consumer alert, apple stock continues its downward slide. the tech giant stock tumbled ten points today, down more than 100 points since the beginning of the year. w
. this marks the 40th anniversary of the roe v. wade decision. if you're driving downtown today, look at the screen. these roads will be closed for much of the day. several streets between constitution and independence will be closed starting at 9:30 this morning. parts of 7th and f street will be closed. those closures could drag into the evening. all the streets should be open by 6:30. >>> vice president joe biden takes his to -- he will be joined by janet knanapolitano. they'll be joined by experts who worked on gun safety issues in the state in the wake of the virginia tech massacre in 2007. the event starts at 11:00 on virginia commonwealth university. >>> in the day ahead, punishment time for a man who killed a d.c. principal. shreve lancaster was arrested for killing the man inside his home in 2010. betts was a principal at a school. he met one of the suspects online and they planned to rob him. lancaster could get life in prison without the possibility of parole. >>> you don't see this every day. but a culpeper county jury heads to the scene of a crime. he's the former culpepe
the capitol. it comes the same week as the 40th anniversary of roe v wade. protesters call on the supreme court to overturn the decision even though the federal government will not pay for abortions and republicans have passed 135 restrictions in the last two years. >> now will abortion be available. as the states there are so many restrictions passed. >> a new nbc "wall street journal" poll shows 70% want the decision to remain intact. another controversial topic passes the house in rhode island. a bill to legalize same-sex marriage in the state received overwhelming support thursday but lawmakers say it could be months before the state senate takes up the bill. the bill has failed every time it has been introduced in the senate. if passed rhode island would be the 10th state in the nation to legalize same-sex marriage. >> we have been talking about it, snow. we don't see think snowflakes over sandy point. the air is dry and the initial band of snow trying to come in is probably evaporating before it hits the ground. eventually we will see it. there is the live view. no snow yet around t
with the 40th anniversary of roe versus wade. the decision to legalize abortion. former republican presidential candidate rick santorum is speaking at the event. he will join marches as they make their way to the supreme court. >>> it could be a sweeping change for school athletics, the u.s. education department is telling schools they must include studentswith disabilities in sports programs or provide equal alternative options. schools are required to make directive reasonable modifications for students with disabilities or create parallel athletic programs. that he no deadline for them to comply with the directive. >>> same sex marriage is a step closer to passing in rhode island. it passed with overwhelming support in the statehouse. the phenyl vote was not even close. it passed 51-19. now it head to the state senate where the senate president opposes same sex marriage and won't stop the committee vote. but the sides are divided whether the full senate will vote. >>> don't ask jack and jackie harbaugh to take sides. both hope the superbowl ends in a tie. how proud are these two
wade decision that legalized abortion. organizers expect this year's attendance to be even higher than that. and if you're near the mall, prepare for delays. several streets between constitution and closed for part protest. the closures start about 9:30 in the morning. all streets should be back open by 6:30 tomorrow evening. >> the senate foreign relations committee is expected to vote to confirm john kerry as the next secretary of state. today he testified before his colleagues, promising to focus on economic issues, climate change and preventing iran from getting nuclear weapons. protesters shouted about people dying in the middle east and was removed by police. >>> tonight, the top u.s. military officer believes that allowing women in combat could help solve one of the armed forces most serious problems. at the pentagon, chairman of the joint chiefs martin dempsey thinks this move will reduce sexual assaults. he claims the disparity in the gender roles in the military can lead to disrespect and violence against women. today, dempsey and defense secretary leon panetta signed an orde
. wade. thousands of right to life protesters desended on the national mall to mark the occasion. there was a mass at the national cathedral. there were speakers on the national mall and peaceful demonstrations. many who traveled across the country for the event stay they're standing up for their beliefs. >> this isn't just a police where people are -- trip where people are going from one place to the other. this is people traveling for moral reasons, of significance of life. >> smaller life events are taking place this weekend. >>> a recent high school graduate was shot and left for dead. it happened early this morning at the intersection of 5th and nickelson streets northwest. police tell fox 5 they don't believe the 18-year-old was a random target. bob barnard brings us the story now. >> reporter: that's right. late today d.c. police announced the arrest of a suspect in the murder. he's 21-year-old alexander buckley of northwest washington, a man police say was acquainted with the victim. she was an 18-yard from -- 18- year-old from takoma park, maryland, a 2012 graduate of mo
. >> thanks. >>> this week marks the 40th anniversary of roe v. wade. the supreme court ruling that guaranteed a woman's right to choose an abortion. in washington today, opponents of abortion are gathering, thousands of them, for a rally on the national mall. they're calling it the march for life. cnn's athena jones is there. >> reporter: abortion opponents have been holding this march for life rally every year since the first anniversary of the roe v. wade decision. they start with a rally here on the mall and end at the supreme court because their ultimate goal is to overturn roe v. wade. i had a chance to talk to one person about what he called the importance of personhood laws, laws that define life as beginning at conception. listen to what he had to say. >> the key issue is the idea of personhood. everyone knows biologically that the fetus is a human being. is it human, but is it a person? once you establish personhood, then that changes the whole equation. >> reporter: you heard from an abortion opponent. a majority of people support keeping roe v. wade in place as it is. but the same
wade. from the state where the landmark decision began. >> looking at live pictures, the u.s. capitol, it's snowing in washington, d.c. you can see the snow flakes. a lovely sight. thousands of antiabortion activists gathered for the annual march for life rally. it's time to go inside with the 40th an verse of the rowe versus wade decision in the united states. meantime a new nbc "wall street journal" poll shows for the first time a majority of americans, 54% believe abortion should be legal in all or most cases and 44% said it should be illegal. 70% of americans are opposed to the controversial rowe versus wade decision being overturned. 70% do not want it overturned. our senior medical correspondent travelled to texas where the case began to get a rare firsthand look at the fight over abortion today. >> wolf, this week marks the la wade case. i went back to texas to look at the state of abortion there. roe versus wade began in texas, and 40 years later, the situation here and much of the u.s. is complex. on the one hand, the gov march made this vow. >> my goal, and the goal of many
. wade. >> officials in india said they're disappointed with the sentence given to an american man would limit his role in the 2008 terrorist attack in the mumbai which killed 166 people, including children. 52 year-old david headley was sentenced by a chicago judge yesterday to 35 years in prison. in a three day rampage, 10 gunman from a pakistan debased militant group that out groupmumbai , attacking a crowded train station, a jewish center and the landmark yaj mahal hotel. headley helped plan the attack and videotape target for the gunman. he faced a maximum of life in prison. he agreed to cooperate and pleaded guilty to avoid a ♪♪ ♪ this is iamazinaz how did diyou fiu us? u i thoughout we mig mht be blatela so i h iad a fibefir analanysis dise and ansure ereugh,ugwe 're fae ly.ly but buyou'reu'ot eotn shn dded you're..re.cruncru?! that hap hpens snsetimet. and you yohelp klpp pep le flel lwithwiholehorainraiberb justju like iku guu . [ femalema announner ]erhey'e differenert, but bhe shee. new frw osted temini-wniats atn [ cr[ unch! ch ...o..f wholwhgraigrfibefi thatth help
and roe v. wade and this week we have people in our tea party caucus introducing bills like this. and, you know, i don't think they ever thought there would be this big firestorm of controversy behind it. but the same things we're seeing in virginia are what are happening in states like this. new mexico is traditionally a pretty progressive community. we have moved forward on protecting women's rights for years. but there are -- there's a growing caucus of these tea party and crazy conservatives on the right who are opposed to that kind of progress and they are doing what they can with some of these sleeper bills they hope nobody would notice. >> pat, i want to play what jean moynihan president of march for life said this morning on the daily rundown about the current abortion movement. take a listen. >> if you went to the march today you'd see a number of young, shining energetic faces. this isn't an extreme radical issue. this is the new normal. >> so this is the new normal. so explain to us the new normal for a state legislature, you know, state legislator in new mexico is to actually h
for life. they're calling for roe v wade to be overturned. this week marks the 40th anniversary of the u.s. supreme court decision legalizing abortion. d derrick ward spoke to some of the protesters today. >> the debate has gone on for four decades and shows no sign of quieting. and it's on today that made abortion legal. those who want to see it overturned say they see new hope for their cause among their younger supporters. >> reporter: they managed to trek up capitol hill energy and enthusiasm intact. the 40th anniversary of roe versus wade. and as a wall to bring crumbling down by anti-abortion advocates. early in the rally in front of the supreme court, only a few feet separated the two sides physically, philosophically there's a chasm between them. >> it's the difference between life and death. >> we're here to be stand up for women. >> driven by weighty themes such as this, it's easy to understand how this issue has become one of the most polarizing of our time. >> there's no gray area to me and probably not to them either. it's black and white, it's life or death. >> it's a commo
-abortion advocates rallied in washington today in support of overturning roe versus wade. the annual march for life coincides with the 40th anniversary of the supreme court decision legalizing abortion. derrick ward talked to some of the activists on both sides of this issue. >> on one side of capitol hill, an army of opposition, adaption of a popular fight song. on the other side, an army of one with an adaption of a 1776 order from george washington to the american army. >> the fate of unborn millions will now depend under god on the conduct and courage of this army. >> both are opposed to roe versus wade, the supreme court decision made 40 years ago this week which has spawned a spirited debate that has only grown more so on the decades. >> it's an aspect of reproductive health care. we don't separate it, we think that women should have access to all of the entire range of reproductive health care services. >> the other side usually says respect women, listen to women, and the women who have been hurt by abortion are saying this is not a solution. >> this year's march began with a rally on the n
. this year marks the 40th anniversary of roe vs. wade decision which legalized abortion. >> the centers for disease control and preventing that prevention is reporting a new strain of a highly contagious noro-virus. officials say the new bug which causes nausea, diarrhea and stomach pain accounted for 458 percent of outbreaks of noro-virus across the u.s.. it reached the country from australia. right now, it is not clear whether the strain is more likely to infect people or make them more ill compared to a previous strain. the city's eight cdc says it's because it's a new strain and people are more susceptible. the best protection against noro- virus is a hand washing and disinfecting services. researchers are working to create a vaccine for noro- virus, but nothing is ready for the market. a deadbeat >> 8 deputy is dragged by a moving car and some of county florida. police say a shoplifting suspect attack to the deputy when he was trying to arrest them. it all started at a grocery store where the suspect allegedly shoplifted. when he tries to put them in handcuffs, the suspect jumped i
coincides with the 40th anniversary of the roe vs. wade decision. >>> a federal appeals court has dealt president obama a big legal setback tonight and given republicans who charged that he acted improperly when he made some job appointments a huge victory. this is about what presidents get to do when congress is out of town, and this could affect all future presidents. our justice correspondent, pete williams, is with us from our newsroom with the details tonight. pete, good evening. >> reporter: brian, if this ruling stands, it will virtually eliminate a power that presidents of both parties have used for over a century. the constitution gives the president power, quote, to fill up all vacancies that may happen during the recess of the senate. president obama invoked that recess appointment power a year ago to fill vacancies that senate republicans refused to act on. three spots on the national labor relations board and richard cordray to run the new consumer financial protection bureau. but today a three-judge panel of the federal appeals court in washington said that power can only
. >> what they are demanding after the landmark roe versus wade decision keeping what some decision keeping what some charges >> covering the nation tonight, it has been 12 years since the disappearance upper intern chandra levy. there may be key testimony from a secret witness. this could possibly reopening mystery. it was back in 2010 when an illegal immigrant was convicted in her murder. that was after her relationship with a california congressman pegged him as a prime suspect. prosecutors admitted they had no evidence directly linking the immigrant tumor death. -- to her death. an appeals court throws out charges against casey anthony. today the court decided to throw out two of her convictions of lying to police. two charges were upheld, but anthony made appeal goes to the florida supreme court. you will remember she was tried and acquitted in the 2008 death of her two-year-old daughter. >> if congress does not find a way to avoid mandatory pay cuts, the pentagon will have furloughed employees. they would lose one paper week through the end of the budget year, which ends in september.
rally. today's rally marks the 40th anniversary of the supreme court's roe v. wade ruling which legalized abortion. >> the closures start at 9:30 this morning. some areas will be the place all day -- in place all day. the march life -- for life rally starts at noon on the national mall. the march is going to begin immediately after the rally and go up to the supreme court. for a full list. go to wusa9.com. >>> the group human rights watch investigators human rights violations around the world but most recently the investigation is involving the metropolitan police department. >> the group claims d.c. police mishandled dozens of sexual assault cases. chin chin has more on -- surae chinn has more on the report. >> man came up behind me and he put a box culter to my throat and he stabbed me in the palm of my hand and he told me if i screamed he would kill me. >> reporter: eleanor was able to get away before she was raped but not before getting stabbed three times with a box cutter in northwest d.c.. >> and he start today push me into the -- started to push me into the brick wall. >
wade administration is reminding drivers to prepare for snow this afternoon because of the pavement, temperatures below 20 degrees, the state highway administration will not pretreat using salt due to potential freezing on the roads. now, crews have been out on patrol overnight preparing for icy conditions. >> let's take a lesson and get ready and prepare because the schools are letting out early or during the storm, people are leaving work, we could potentially have an even worse gridlock. >> reporter: fill your gas tank, make sure you have window washer fluid and ice scraper and a charged cell phone and an alternate route for your travel plans just in case there is a crash. you know there are -- be prepared if you are sitting in traffic this afternoon. but they say allow yourself plenty of time to get to your destination. reporting live in brooklynville, sherrie johnson, abc2 news. >>> the arctic blast is affecting everybody in the area even the animals can't take the cold. because of the extreme temperatures the maryland zoo in baltimore will be closed for visitors today. >>> com
protesting the 40th anniversary of the roe v. wade decision legalizing abortions. >>> today is timothy geithner's last day in office. the president nominated his current chief of staff to replace him. he served in that position since 2009. >>> robin roberts is getting ready to return to good morning america. photos were snapped of her first visit to set after undergoing a bone marrow transplant. she hopes to be back on the air in february. >>> whitney houston's mother is documenting her fight and in the book sissy houston questions whether she could have saved her child. she is sitting down with oprah winfrey next week for the first in-depth interview since her daughter's death. >>> the o's are flying south for spring training and you will be able to get your hands on tickets for the exhibition games. but beginning tomorrow they will be available to fans. the o's kick off the spring training schedule against minnesota february 23rd at ed smith stadium. >>> earl weaver is memorial eyed tomorrow in florida -- memorialized tomorrow in florida. he died while on a cruise with his wife and f
rally. abortion opponents will march to the supreme court marking 40 years since roe vs. wade. thousands are expected to take part in the event and the day will begin with a mass at verizon center and another at comcast center in college park. expected road closures around the national mall today because of that event. >> the caps were hoping to redeem themselves after this week's home opener loss but it didn't happen. they played montreal last night at the verizon last night t the caps fell last night 4-1. they are now 0-3 for the first time since the 1993-94 season. >>> of course, the big story here this morning is the cold. >> other parts of the country are taking a hard hit as well especially further up the east coast. fox's mike tobin has more. >> the perfect display of just how cold new york is right now. >> i have another pair of pants under these pants. >> reporter: the chilly weather creating quite a scene into duluth, minneapolis where temperatures below zero caused steam to roll off lake superior forming clouds over the lake. the cold snap causing trouble in chicago where fire
to mark 40 years since roe vs. wade. the anniversary of the court ruling was on tuesday. today's rally will end with an event near the supreme court. it all begins with a rally at the verizon center at 7:30 this morning. that's followed by a mass at 10:00 a.m. there will be a rally at the comcast center in college park beginning at 7:00 a.m. a mass will follow that event at 9:00 a.m. be aware road closures are planned around the national is >>> also today, vice president joe biden takes the president's gun control proposal on the road. he's scheduled to travel to richmond. >> he'll join tim kaine and other officials. in a web chat yesterday, the vice president said he's more concerned with limiting the number of rounds in a gun clip than with banning assault weapons. he said that might have slowed down the gunman at sandy hook elementary. >> if it took longer, maybe one more kid would be alive. >> meanwhile, senator dianne feinstein unveiled her bill yesterday surrounded by police chiefs, mayors and crime victims. it would ban the manufacture, sale, and transportation of 157 types of g
't protect the bankers anymoren that does, he picks mary wade. >> you should not fail to extinguish between what is criminal and what is mistaken behavior even reckless risk-taking and now bow to the frenzy. >> cenk: in other words, oh, hell no, we will not be going after the banks at all. great. that's the person we picked. and then, a tragic case in illinois, a man beaten to death by cops. it's just been ruled a homicide, so of course, prosecutors are saying they're not going to do anything about it. here's the reaction. >> officers are placed on temporary leave pending the outcome of this investigation will be returned to full duty immediately. >> cenk: it's an exciting show. don't go anywhere. you know why? because it's go-time. [ ♪ theme ♪ ] >> cenk: we had rare great news yesterday for progressives, women will now finally be allowed into the front lines of combat. they already had in of course the navy and air force, because they fly the planes, but now the army and marines will have to do it. panetta said those two branches will have to take time to implement it. let's listen to
of roe v wade in a very bizarre way. wait until you hear this guy. laura ingraham will hear what he says. pretty bloody. we hope you stay >> bill: in the are we crazy segment tonight, more controversy on the net. as you may know, we're very concerned about the impact of the internet on american society and a new study conducted by two german universities found that one in three people, 33%, feel worse about themselves after visiting facebook. envy, loneliness, frustration were cited in the study. joining us from los angeles, dr. wendy wash a human behavior expert. and from san diego, dr. bonnie forest. the impact of facebook, and i must tell the audience that i'm coming at this from total ignorance. i don't know facebook. i'm afraid of twitter. i think these people are going to take over the world. but facebook, let's stay at facebook 'cause all over the world i guess there are hundreds of millions of people too long this. is it a force of negativity, dr. forest? >> hey, bill, i want you to think about high school, only high school on steroids. and the worst popularity contest you could
. wade decision, the u.s. supreme court ruling that legalized abortion. the rally includes prayers in front of the supreme court building and features speeches from former republican presidential candidate santorum. >> there was a proposed bill that went viral, a new mexico representative is buzzing on twitter and facebook and because of how the bill that says people who tamper with evidence in rape cases could face criminal charges. some say that a rape victim who is pregnant and goes on to get an abortion could be charged with a crime. >> this is misinterpreted and some thought it meant the girl who is impregnated she could be charged with tampering, that is truly not the case. >> she says the intention is to punish men what force women to get an abortion in cases of rape and admits it is poorly written and says it is now being reworked. >> massachusetts congressman is raising questions of plans by degrees any to offer high-tech wrist bans that contain identification computer chips that disney says makes visiting disney world easier in florida and will unveil them in the spring.
anniversary of roe vs. wade, the supreme court decision that legalized abortion. the rally includes prayers in front of the supreme court building with a speech from former republican presidential candidate santorum. >> in a few hours, state senator hill will have a bill on responding to mountain lions. it is reported it would require wardens to use nonlethal methods unless there is desire threat and allows state, fish and wildlife officials to work with while hive groups do capture the animals. in december there was public criticism after a warden shot and killed two cubs on the porch of a home. they weighed only 13 to 14 pounds. >> are we checking, now, with the weather? >> time for a look at the forecast. >> we are. >> as i take the words from eric thomas. >> you can have them. mike? >> good morning, everyone. you can see 680 where we have a better radar return, with possibility of light rain up 84 into livermore and the altamont pass. sliding to the south and west, can you see skyline boulevard, alpine ride headed to fremont avenue between sunnyvale and cupertino and los altos we have a
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